What do you
want from life?
by Vic Bilson
many different things to different people. Perhaps you consider success to mean
the freedom to spend more time with your family. Or perhaps you will feel
successful when you are earning a few hundred dollars extra each month or maybe
you want to build a residual income that will allow you to retire from your 9-5
job or travel around the world. Some might find success in their tireless
effort to help others achieve success.
Whatever your definition of
success, most people will agree they want the following eight things...
Peace of Mind
Good Family Realtionships
Hope that the future will be
You CAN have all these plus even more when your life is in
balance and you are living a Freedom Lifestyle!
Can I give you these
things? Absolutely not! But, I can HELP you get them by showing you a way to
break free from the shackles that have held you back for so long and introduce
you to some opportunities to begin to take your life back.
Everything. . .
The time for the Internet is NOW! The opportunity to make
it BIG on the Internet will only be here once. Will you be one of the few who
mastered it early, developed passive income, and have total time-freedom for
the rest of your life?
Vic Bilson is a home based business entrepreneur dedicated to
helping people worldwide escape the rat race and to retire in years instead of
decades. He publishes numerous blogs and web sites including
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Making Personal Development Personal
We've written before about Impact Factory's brand
of Professional Personal Development (Professional Personal Development What is
it?), but we're just going to take a little side step here to talk about the
broader issue of Personal Development.
What is Personal Development?
When many people think of personal development,
their minds immediately go to "Positive Thinking". They think of Dale Carnegie,
Norman Vincent Peale, and empty optimism. While thinking positively, knowing
that we can accomplish more than we currently achieve, can be an important tool
of personal development, it goes much farther.
Principles That Govern My Life
The strength and durability of a building is found
in its foundation. The same is true in a life. What we accomplish and the
effect we have on those around us is not only in what we do, but also in